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Over the years, the New York Knicks have retired several jersey numbers. The first of which was Willis Reed’s number 19, which was retired in 1982.
Following weeks of mass protests and a day of nationwide turmoil, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has yielded to pressure and agreed to postpone his controversial judicial reforms as of March 27th. This decision was a significant reversal for his government, which had fired the defense minister just a day earlier in response to his demands for a delay in the divisive law.
In a first for a former US president, Donald Trump has been indicted in connection to a probe into hush money paid to porn star Stormy Daniels.
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen touted US-Taiwan cooperation during her visit to New York. She is now heading to Central America.
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Just this week he appointed his new right hand in the battle against rodents, Kathleen Corradi. Corradi has worked in the city's public school system for years. But experts say that Corradi's new job to "fight the real enemy — New York City's relentless rat population" will be a tall order.
Two New York residents are facing charges of conspiring to act as agents of the Chinese government. US prosecutors also charged 34 Chinese security officials over an alleged campaign to monitor and harass dissidents.
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, met Tuesday with the leader of the Republican majority in the House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, to discuss the debt limit, without reaching an agreement.
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